Nature is our best classroom

Immersing your students in the environment, teaching them how to be good stewards of the resources around them, and be in community with nature, has never been more important.

Our programs offer a foundation to spring board the imagination and your curriculum in a hands on approach.

Where community and sustainability converge! Our Clubhouse is a vibrant hub designed to empower individuals and businesses alike on their journey towards responsible document disposal, and environmental conservation education.

As a part of our commitment to environmental education, #ShredRight4Good offers a range of community resources, educational materials, and opportunities to be a part of a collective effort to protect sensitive information and contribute to a greener, more sustainable future.

Better Choices. Stronger Planet.

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#SR4G Community Partner

movemindfully’s calling and commitment to their work is one of many reasons we are honored to be partnering with them!

“The complex demands of life today have created increased levels of pressure, overwhelm, and disconnection. As a result, youth and adults have an urgent need for more physical, mental and emotional support to thrive.

Since many of the organizations we serve lack accessible tools and resources to address these growing needs, working at the system level is essential in order to create sustainable change.”

You can download the movemindfully APP for easy access to mindfulness, movement, and social-emotional learning!

From the Expert

We are thrilled to introduce Christine Daves from Think Organized, a distinguished professional in the field of organization and productivity, and a valued #SR4G Partner.

Christine brings a wealth of expertise and insights that have proven invaluable to individuals and organizations seeking to enhance their efficiency and streamline their processes. It is an honor to collaborate with such a seasoned expert, and we eagerly anticipate the wealth of knowledge she will contribute to our community.

We invite you to stay connected and enrich your organizational skills by exploring Christine’s monthly posts on our Blog.

From the experts

#SR4G Community Resource Partner

Bridging, a trusted 501(c)(3) nonprofit serving the Twin Cities, is dedicated to supporting individuals and families in their journey out of homelessness and poverty.

Bridging empowers people to thrive in their homes by providing quality furniture and household goods for those pursuing housing stability.

#SR4G Community Resource Partner

Junk Masters is a locally owned and operated business serving the Minneapolis, Twin Cities metro area with top-notch junk removal services.

Their mission is to improve the Twin Cities waste management system in a way that promotes local economic growth, social development, and environmental protection.

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#SR4G Community Resource

Donate Good Stuff thrives on the incredible support and dedication of individuals like you, as they operate without external funding and are entirely volunteer-led.


When you donate things you no longer need, you not only ​help organizations do amazing things,  you also protect the planet by keeping useful things in circulation. – Donate Good Stuff

Meet Our Clubhouse Characters

Geo

Meet Geo


Geo is our tree frog that strives to protect the earth’s forests. He teaches how recycling protects forests by reducing CO2 and leaving more trees that he and other animals can use for their habitats and homes.

Geo also wants to help teach us all how to produce less waste that leaks into our ocean because when there is a strong recycling culture, there is less litter and waste. Geo is showcased at our mobile shred events as a reminder that saving trees through securely shredding and recycling is at the core of #ShredRight4Good’s programs.

Tessa

Meet Tessa


Tessa is a tree frog and our sustainability expert at #SR4G. She is also our Express Shred Ambassador that teaches students and organizations about the importance of recycling. For example, did you know Recycled paper uses half as much energy as creating new paper. Recycling is also a $200 billion industry adding to many global economies, and recycling helps alleviate the strain of people and nations competing for scarce resources.

Tessa is helping us to understand our individual ecological footprints (the amount we take from nature- land and water- to keep us alive and deal w/ our waste) and how we can reduce them.

Atlas

Meet Atlas


Atlas the iguana is up to date on the best practices to keep your identity safer. He is also the in-house expert on understanding how landfill diversion in the waste stream saves our planet. Because America’s recycling level is only at 21%, he knows he has a lot of work to do to explain how each person can help save the planet through recycling.

Did you know, everyday, America uses enough paper to wrap around the world 20 times? And, if the US could reach a recycling rate of 75% that would be the equivalent of removing 55 million cars from the road every year?

Aura

Meet Aura


Aura the toucan knows how important the air we breathe is to all living creatures. Aura leads our effort to teach how air pollution and greenhouse gases are impacting the planet, and explain how each of us can positively or negatively affect those levels. The increase of Greenhouse Gas is acting like a blanket, making our world warmer and warmer.

Did you know that when paper is thrown in the landfill, it produces harmful greenhouse gases like Methane and Carbon Dioxide. The increase of Greenhouse Gases is also cause by other human activities, like energy production and driving.

Sappy

Meet Sappy


Sappy the aphid is a crafty critter that destroys trees and the homes/habitats of Geo, Tessa, Aura, and Atlas. He is an invasive species that sneaks around stealing identities and personal information, and steals resources that other individuals need and use.

Sappy will tell you how easy it is to steal personal, identifiable, confidential information, and acts as an invasive species to destroy the homes and habitats of his fellow forest dwellers.